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THE CHALMERS ELECTORATE.

to nic r.m-ion. Sir.—l should like r< v oulani p/uc« definite uixler.-tiiuding regarding the altitude of the Labm- party in the a Lave chxd orate. I. have been led to believo that Mr 11. E. Mailer’s, candidature has been endorsed by tlhi Labor Bcprc-.si-jiia.timi Committee. but with the piVM„-ii'.:i) in the field of Air Thomson, who styles himself r. Labor candidate, it s cim a iit'.le contradictory. 1 would therefore be obliged if you could inform rnyteif and many other* who aio at present in doubt wlmlher Mr Thomson is recognised I■ v the Labor party.—l. am, etc-, Co.NCrnMJn. Novel 11 her 2.

[The Labor fU'nrc«vomflticu ComnutldO i>rc putting forward tw„ candidates only— Mr M-.inrj l‘<>r 1)nm 1 lin Central ami Mr Walker for Run-din JS’orlh. Others who luiv- < idmn.-d tiro i;«ts as Labor candidates have d-mo re ■*; i I heir own initiative, without ilie recognition and sujjjur-rt of Cue hi Lor RcnwsentaUon (.'r.mriittee. —Kd. ]■: -•] '

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THE CHALMERS ELECTORATE., Issue 15640, 3 November 1914

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THE CHALMERS ELECTORATE. Issue 15640, 3 November 1914

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